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Monthly Archive for January, 2010

Photographed at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Florida on January 29, 2010. Click on Photo to Enlarge.

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Photographed at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Florida on January 27, 2010. An HDR processed image. Click on Photo to Enlarge.

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American Robin

Photographed in my Orlando, Florida backyard on January 20, 2010. About 40 of these birds were bathing themselves under the water drip. I’ve seen thousands of them in Central Florida this Winter. I really enjoy their visits. This photograph was processed in Photoshop using HDR, (High Dynamic Range Imaging). I shot this through a window […]

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Photographed at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Florida on January 19, 2010. Click on Photo to Enlarge.

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Photographed at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Florida on January 13, 2010. A Beautiful Sunny Day with the Temperature in the low 50’s F and a NE wind of 10-15 mph. Click on Photos to Enlarge

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Roseate Spoonbills Photographed at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Florida on January 11, 2010. A Beautiful Sunny Day with the Temperature in the low 50’s F and a NE wind of 15-20 mph. Roseate Spoonbills Roseate Spoonbills Northern Pintails – Male & Female Great Egret White Ibis White Ibis Click On Photos To Enlarge

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Photographed at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge (MINWR) on January 07, 2010. This bird was photographed in a ditch alongside the main road leading into MINWR. Cars were zooming by at a speed of at least 55+ mph. The traffic did not seem to bother the bird. Whatbird: The American Bittern is a Medium-sized, secretive, […]

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Photographed on Sugarloaf Mountain, Lake County, Florida on January 05, 2010. Click on Photo to Enlarge.

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The photos were taken on January 02, 2010 at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. A beautiful sunny day with the temperature in the mid 50’s F, with a NW Wind about 15-20 mph. Whatbird: Locally resident in extreme southern Florida and along the Gulf Coast of Texas and Louisiana; also occurs in Mexico and the […]

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